DCNS in brief
OUR FINANCIAL INDICATORS
DCNS REACHES ITS OBJECTIVES
— In 2015, DCNS deployed a strategy to reconquer its markets, which is now bearing fruit. The Group has stabilised its income and brought its results back into positive territory. It has maintained its order intake at a good level. DCNS has also increased its investments in R&D – accounting for 10% of its income – to underpin its new product policy, improve its industrial performance and develop new skills.
(in billion euros)
The Group’s income reached €3.04 billion in the 2015 fiscal year, similar to the figure for 2014. In the international marketplace, this was underpinned by the very swift delivery of the FREMM frigate to Egypt and by the Brazilian and Indian submarine programs, as well as the surface ship programme for Malaysia. The remainder was provided by the major national programmes, in particular, the FREMM and Barracuda, together with service activities which accounted for an income of more than €1 billion.
– INCOME BREAKDOWN BY SECTOR
Underwater weapons Marine energies and infrastructures (MEI)
– INCOME BREAKDOWN BY GEOGRAPHICAL ZONE
New ship construction
In 2015, the outstanding sale of a FREMM frigate to Egypt took international sales to 50%, in contrast with the 2014 figure of 33%.
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